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THE VISUAL’S VOCABULARY

Perspective “Let’s keep this in Perspective.”
Show “Can you Show it to me?”
Bright “That’s a pretty Bright idea.”
Picture “I can Picture that.”
Clear “It’s pretty Clear so far.”
Looks “It Looks good.”
See “I See what you mean.”
View “Let me give you my View about that.”

HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH A VISUAL

1. Use Visual words. Your visual person wants you to talk to him/her precisely. Using a
visual vocabulary.

2. Recognize when you are talking to a visual. Two ways: (1) Their eyes go up to the left or the right or they star blankly because they are creating visual pictures in their minds: (2) They themselves use visual-based words.

3. Keep brochures, graphs and pictures in front of visuals constantly when you are with them. Any concept will be understood and comprehended much more quickly if you can show the family member a picture or a graph while you talk.
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